Colocation facilities provider Switch Datacenters
has announced the launch of a new ‘Data Center-as-a-Service’ program. Established in 2007, Switch Datacenters has headquarters in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and offers data center services for cloud environments, system integrators, ISP’s, and telecom operators. Alongside its colocation services, Switch Datacenters offers tailormade corporate data centers. Its Amsterdam-based data centers - Switch AMS1 and Switch AMS2 - are connected by a 10 GbE dark fiber solution. By launching a “wholesale Data Center-as-a-Service program” the company can rapidly deploy data centers on a “global scale”.
Switch Datacenters’ new program is an “end-to-end solution” that targets Cloud Services Providers (CSPs), Managed Services Providers (MSPs), data center owners and operators, hyper-scale data center providers, and real estate owners. The service is the result of research and development by the company and includes racks and “deployment of security technologies onsite”. It allows organizations to license the company’s patented data center technologies to “obtain an integrated, full-service data center infrastructure package” with and features that include energy-efficient cooling (patented indirect adiabatic cooling technologies), modular power infrastructure, and modular/scalable power supply solutions.
“Our Data Center-as-a-Service program provides hyper-scale data center providers, enterprises, cloud services providers and real estate owners alike the opportunity to deploy new data centers within short-term notice,” explained Switch Datacenters’ founder and CEO, Gregor Snip. “By joining our program, organizations are able to get their new data centers, even large-scale ones, up and running within about 3-months’ time - which is quite fast actually. Besides that, our technologies guarantee high levels of operating efficiencies with significantly reduced operating costs.”Do you know of any other data center services providers offering new services? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.